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September 1, 1934

Committee on Foods

JAMA. 1934;103(9):681. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750350045014

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Abstract

SPECIAL PURPOSE FOODS FOR DIETS RESTRICTED IN DEXTROSE FORMERS  Special Purpose Foods, such as special bread, cake and flour, for diets restricted in dextrose formers, to be eligible for acceptance, excepting in cases of special adaptability, shall contain dextrose formers in an amount not greater than 3.3 Gm. of dextrose per hundred cubic centimeters (computing the dextrose equivalence as the carbohydrate, plus 58 per cent of the protein, plus 10 per cent of the fat content of the food). The labels and advertising shall comply with the Committee Rule "Special Purpose Foods."

FISHER'S BISCUIT MIX 

Manufacturer.—  Fisher Flouring Mills Company, Seattle. Description.—Biscuit mix requiring only addition of liquid for baking; contains bleached short patent flour, hydrogenated vegetable oil, salt, skim milk, sodium bicarbonate, sucrose, dextrose, calcium acid phosphate, calcium lactate and sodium acid pyrophosphate.

Manufacture.—  The nonfat ingredients are thoroughly mixed; the shortening is "cut" into the flour by special

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